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ICF Books Three Task Orders to Support EPA Pollution Prevention Office

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ICF Books Three Task Orders to Support EPA Pollution Prevention Office

ICF has announced three task orders worth a combined $33 million awarded by the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics to study chemical exposure risks to humans and the environment.

Each task order has a potential five-year term and was made under the OPPT Mission Support indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract, ICF said.

Awarded in late 2023 and valued at $22 million, the first task order calls for data screening, evaluation, extraction and visualization work while ensuring that a systematic review process complies with the law.

The second task, worth $8 million, designates ICF to conduct chemical exposure assessments that have undergone systematic reviews.

The third task order, meanwhile, is worth $3 million and requires a data review to facilitate chemical risk assessments.

Jennifer Welham, ICF’s senior vice president for health, people and human services, said that her company has provided OPPT chemical risk assessment support for 16 years to drive efficiencies and facilitate insight generation.

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